Aubrey Claudius Galloway's answer It depends on the jurisdiction, but pleading guilty could affect immigration status and any judge will tell this to a defendant prior to a plea. In general, these cases are criminal if the person has a “guilty mind” meaning that they knew the license and our registration was expired; if they had no knowledge it is the VTL509 violation which is not a criminal offense.
Criminal law is my primary area practice and, although our prices are very reasonable at $180 an hour for...
Brian K. McHugh's answer The short answer is yes. Legally the DA's ability to file a criminal case against a witness to a crime is not effected by the outcome of the case in which the person was a witness. However, there may be evidentiary or proof problems that make charging the witness difficult or impossible.
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer First, you need to pull your criminal background so that you know what is out there. Start in Georgia, if you are here, then go to California and pull that one. If there is anything on it, you need to speak with an attorney in the state showing something in your background about whether expungement of your arrest is an option. This depends on the disposition of the case as well as the respective state's law. Good luck to you.
Arthur Calderon's answer Your best bet would be to consult with an attorney so that you can go over the details of your case, and assess whether you have a valid claim that could entitle you to compensation.
Nancy J. Wallace's answer she doesn't get paid. THAT is the price of letting a client settle by way of Stipulations With Request For Award. the attorney gets to work for free. You should have been visiting the treating physician every 6 months since being released. if you don't use your 'future' medical care it's really tough to get it re-established. If you had been visiting the treater every 6 months or every 9 months, you could walk in without reaching the adjuster again.
Andrew Bennett's answer The requirement is based on where your domiciled, not moved. If you are merely going to college in IN but still a resident in AZ and pay AZ income tax then your AZ license is sufficient. However, if you no longer have ties to AZ and would be required to file taxes in IN then you must change your license within the required time frame.
Andrew Bennett's answer That is a complicated area of law, the person needs to consult with an immigration attorney. An OWI is considered a crime of moral turpitude and could have deportation consequences.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer Well they can because they did. The issue is the condemnation of the home. You will need to contact a real estate attorney who is familiar with this area to get a specific legal opinion.
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Arthur Calderon's answer Yes. The County Board of Supervisors may follow the statute to mandate that the property be cleaned at the owner's expense, and if the property is not cleaned, then the County can go in and clean the property and bill the owner.
Grant St Julian III's answer Was the case dismissed after successful completion of deferred adjudication probation, or was it dismissed without any plea being entered? Ask this question to the attorney who represented you on the matter. Good luck.
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